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Clara Barton - American Treasures
A collection of notes from the Civil war, which document the appalling carnage and medical conditions.
Profiles in Citizenship review of Clara Barton, written by Laura Morrow.
Known as the "Angel of the Battlefield," she also founded the American Red Cross.
Biography - Clara Barton
A short biographical summary of the life of Clara Barton from Spectrum Home and Life Magazine. Links to more information are provided.
Clara Barton - Notable Women Ancestors
Biography of Clara Barton, who founded the American Red Cross and cared for wounded soldiers on both sides of the conflict during the Civil War.
Clara Barton's Missing Soldier Office
She established the "Office of Correspondence with the Friends of the Missing Men of the United States Army,". The office identified Union soldiers missing in action. Part of the GSA Historic Preservation Program.
The Glass Ceiling Biographies
A biography of Clara Barton from the "Shatter the Glass Ceiling", a working woman's magazine.
Clara Barton's Memorabilia
An article from Nurseweek Magazine on the discovery of items dating back to 1860's of previously unknown information on Clara Barton.
AII POW-MIA - FaxNetwork
An editorial by Chip Beck comparing Clara Barton and the MIA's with today's Defense MIA Office.
From the National Association of Investigative Specialists. A story written by Barbara Maikell-Thomas of the "First Official Missing Persons Investigator - Clara Barton".
Clara Barton in Dansville
Information on Dansville, Livingston County, New York, the country residence of Miss Clara Barton.
The Biography of Clara Barton (1821-1912)
She is best known as being the founder of the American Red Cross and, prior to this significant achievement, as a nurse who tended to countless wounded soldiers on Civil War battlefields.
Astrocartography of Clara Barton's Least-Aspected Mars
Biography of Barton with special focus on how the planetary symbols of Mars and Pluto were reflected in her life and work.
Women of The Hall
The National Women's Hall of Fame tribute to Clara Barton.
American Red Cross - Clara Barton
Profile from the Virtual Museum.
The Women Who Went to the Fields
A poem by Clara Barton about the Civil War nurses.
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